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MEGAN A.

MARGINO
2 Tinder Lane, Lake Grove, NY 11755 631-678-2315 megan.margino@gmail.com EDUCATION St. Johns University Queens, NY M.L.S., Library and Information Science, GPA 4.0, May 2013 Adelphi University Garden City, NY B.S., Criminal Justice and Sociology, GPA 3.83, May 2011 Minor: Psychology EXPERIENCE Reference and Instruction Librarian (Part-Time) August 2013 Present St. Josephs College Patchogue, NY Provide reference services to students, faculty, and staff Teach library instruction sessions for a range of undergraduate and graduate courses Establish and maintain subject LibGuides (primarily in Social Science disciplines) Design and implement library displays Manage all library social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, WordPress blog) Create bibliographies for faculty using EndNote Manage the college's archival collections Adult Services Librarian (Part-Time) July 2013 Present Comsewogue Public Library Port Jefferson Station, NY Provide a wide range of reference services to the public including technology instruction/troubleshooting, reader's advisory, and research assistance using the Live-brary databases and Millennium Web Catalog Instruct users in downloading e-books across all e-reader devices using the OverDrive Media Console and 3M Cloud Library Responsible for maintaining current events displays Create community information flyers and bibliographies for public use Perform collection development selections Design and implement library programming (Introduction to Dropbox program forthcoming) Library Graduate Assistant September 2011 May 2013 St. Johns University Libraries Jamaica, NY Provided reference services for students, staff, and faculty Used CampusGuides to create subject guides and tutorials for the St. Johns Library website Created and managed catalog records using the Koha Integrated Library System Performed research and implemented exhibits in Archives and Special Collections Reviewed trial databases and updated records in the Serials department Assisted users in the Circulation department Instructional Services Intern January 2013 May 2013 Queens College Library Flushing, NY Designed and co-taught library and research instruction classes Created and delivered instructional workshops for students and library faculty Developed class materials such as presentations, worksheets, and flyers

Reference Assistant August 2012 May 2013 Brooklyn Historical Society Brooklyn, NY Answered in-depth queries and accommodated researchers while operating the reference desk Performed research and managed reference questions through email and phone Created a bibliography of Civil War resources and published a corresponding blog post Instructed users on handling archival materials, searching library catalogs, and using library equipment such as PastPerfect Museum Software and microfiche/microfilm readers Pulled and prepared archival materials for researchers Technical Services Intern June August 2012 Suffolk County Community College Library Selden, NY Increased the availability of journals by creating electronic records for print journal subscriptions Imported print journals into the Serials Solutions List of journal holdings Maintained catalog records through the Aleph Integrated Library System LIBRARY INSTRUCTION St. Josephs College: Graduate and undergraduate research instruction sessions across all disciplines, specifically Child Study, English Composition, Criminal Justice, Counseling Queens College: Library instruction sessions for first year English Composition courses; Full-day research instruction for high school AP Literature students; Faculty workshop: Using Pinterest in Academic Libraries; Student workshop: Introduction to RefWorks Bibliographic Management Program COMPUTER SKILLS MS Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel, Access; CampusGuides and LibGuides; Integrated Library Systems: Koha, Voyager, Millennium, Aleph; OCLC Connexion; EndNote; Archivists Toolkit; PastPerfect Museum Software; Serials Solutions; Web Publishing Platforms: WordPress, Weebly, Digication; Learning Management Systems: Blackboard and Moodle PUBLICATION Margino, M. (2013). Revitalizing traditional information literacy instruction: Exploring games in academic libraries. Public Services Quarterly, 9 (4). Forthcoming. HONORS New York Library Association Dewey Scholarship Best Paper Award, Contemporary Issue in Criminal Justice, Adelphi University Presidential Athletic Award, Adelphi University Lambda Sigma Honor Society for Leadership Treasurer, Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society for Criminal Justice Alpha Kappa Delta Honor Society for Sociology Magna Cum Laude, Adelphi University PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Association of College and Research Libraries/New York Suffolk County Library Association New York Library Association American Library Association